holyghost wrote:I still don't get why others are so thrilled with La Baguette...guess I'll have to give it another chance.
Because, as kulgar hinted, travelling to La Baguette is almost like travelling to Utah. (It's as if the owners saw the beltway and just gave up – reasonably assuming it was the western edge of the world.)
And after such an arduous westward trek, who wouldn't be charmed at being greeted in French and served pâtisseries? I mean, you'd expect fermented mare's milk and a salutation in Mongolian. (Which are well and good, but when you've got a hankering for a pain de seigle, well ... )
I just wish they'd open a satellite bakery in Madison ...